Instead of defining tedious, Java-like (.getValue() /.setValue()) getters and setters, it's a lot quicker to just define a property, then use that property in your definition of the class:
' Declaration of private value that will be updated by the
' "Getter/Setter" property code below rather than giving
' direct access to the private variable.
Private _SomeValue as string
' The code is for interacting with the private variable
Public Property SomeValue() As String
Return _SomeValue ' Use same name with an underscore for the private value
Set(ByVal Value As String)
_SomeValue = Value
' Setting the value:
Me.User = ""
' Getting the value:
SomethingElse = Me.User
Much cleaner than that archaic Java language!
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